$250,000. this was a couple of years before the investigation, christine. what do you make of that? >> well, one of the things, brooke, i think is important to keep in mind, if lance armstrong were to come clean and confess to everything, that would open up as travis was talking about all of these people in his -- who he's left in his wake, who he destroyed, their businesses, their livelihood, their reputation, the lawsuits, the legal implications if lance armstrong does admit to everything would be enormous. that's why i think a lot of experts are saying he's not going to admit to it because there is way too much legal damage that it could cause him. but it is true. lance armstrong, the story of lance armstrong, ugly, messy, terrible story of how he treated people for more than a decade. >> 90-minute interview a week from tomorrow. christine brennan, usa today sports columnist, thank you. >> thank you, brooke. one city declaring a state of emergency over the flu.